G20 mandate – a look at the post-crisis landscape 10 years on

Christian Lee speaks to DerivSource about the G20 recommendations on CCPs, SEFs, regulatory reporting and the change triggered ten years ago in the financial crisis.

Since the G20 recommendations, it has been difficult to keep track of the many moving pieces of regulation. The derivatives market, for example, has been touched by the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR), MiFID II and Dodd Frank. Although the ramifications are still reverberating, they have delivered on the promise of central clearing and electronic trading – although there is a long list of issues to still be addressed. The jury is still out over regulatory reporting.

Sionic expert Christian Lee speaks to Lynn Strongin Dodds at DerivSource about the post-crisis landscape, ten years after the crash.

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I specialise in clearing, risk, derivatives reform and regulation, advising banks, international and regional exchanges and central counterparties how to manage regulatory change.